Unfortunately, due to the uncertainty around COVID1-19 & Alert levels the Glenfalloch Night Garden has been postponed until 2022.
We are extremely appreciative to our sponsors and volunteers for their support and look forward to hosting the event next year.
Further details including dates to come.
The Otago Peninsula Trust are excited to announce that we now have confirmed dates for the 2021
23rd, 24th, and 25th of September
Spend an enchanted evening exploring the illuminated wonders of the Glenfalloch Night Garden.
Spring blossoms and sparkle combine for a magical experience!
Our Vision Glenfalloch Night Garden is the premiere Otago Spring celebration, creating a magical experience for Dunedin people and their visitors whilst launching sparks of creativity to inspire artistic endeavours.
Mission Glenfalloch Night Garden contributes to the fulfillment of the Otago Peninsula Trust’s mission “To Preserve and Enhance Otago Peninsula” by: – creating an accessible and engaging event for Dunedin people to enjoy an Otago Peninsula attraction – increasing awareness of a community asset, Glenfalloch Garden, held in trust for Dunedin – encouraging healthy exploration and outdoor activities for all ages – inspiring creativity for artists and an opportunity to sell their works – establishing an event to encourage off-season tourism growth and economic development
Event Glenfalloch Night Garden is an annual event, held in late September over three nights. Sculptures and installations are placed throughout the garden with beautiful light displays and musical accompaniment. Glenfalloch Night Garden is a high quality exciting and inspiring event which attracts growing numbers of visitors through targeted promotion and partnerships.